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I | I I 70 o CAPE , Friday, April 25 - May 1, 1997 Terry MeCmm Jr. (TdL) re- leases largemouth bass fol- lowing the Sprtng Bass Boo- Outdoors Continued from page 69 cries Service (NMFS) is again re- vamping its regulations and there will be a number of public hear- ings on the proposals. L The closest local hearing is scheduled to be held Friday, May 2 at Ocean City City Hall at 7 p.m.,3rd Street and Baltimore Avenue. The proposal and supporting documents, including a Draft En- vironmental Assessment-Regula- tory Impact Review (EA/RIR) are available from Rebecca Lent, Chief, Highly Migratory Species Management Division, Office of Sustainable Fisheries, NMFS, 1315 East-West Highway, Silver Spring, Md. 20910-3282. Com- ments on the proposed rule may be sent to the same address. Cull rings for crabs Recreational and commercial crabbers can help conserve Delaware's blue crab population and save themselves some work by using cull rings on their crab pots. The Division of Fish and Wildlife is giving away the rings on a first-come, first-served basis to crabbers. Cull rings are circular rings that are wired to the outside mesh of a crab pot. When wired to the hold- er chamber of the crab pot, these rings allow crabs under a certain size to escape the pot. This natural culling saves the crabber work and conserves smaller crabs, which often fall prey to larger crabs while in the pot. Any commercial crabber inter- ested in trying the cull rings may have up to 75 of each. Recreation- al crabbers, who are allowed two pots, are allowed up to two rings each. Interested crabbers should visit the fisheries office at Delaware's Department of Natur- al Resources and Environmental Control at 89 kings H!ghway, Dover. The blue crab Fishery Manage- ment Plan being developed by the Division of Fish and Wildlife rec- ommends cull rings to be used in all crab pots as a conservation measure. Commercial crabbers, in discussions with the Council of Shellfisheries, have agreed that the use of cull rings should be vol- untary rather than mandatory. If Milford Chamber puts trout tourney on hold tattn--g a of Dolmar- drawn fewer fish=on as news was also one of the earliest down- Organ00ers from  fishing front changed, state tournaments, but the number 1.....d. ,,, :1 .,K:M,,,., Twilley said the other reason "[We re going to] take the op- of events have proliferated in re- Utg/tt wlttl t.lllLlll was that a year's hiatuswill give portunity to revitalize and reener- cent years with other chambers ,' .. _ 1 ...... the chamber a chance to consider gize this event," Twiliey said. sponsoring several of the events. [eSUVal S In [own how to revamp the tournament to . Consider the increased numbers By MichaelShort make it bigger and better than be- Fish abundant, smaller of fishing tournaments and A downstate fishing. .traditin fore. He explained that the Del- When the tournament began changes in sponsorship and the will take a break this sprmg when marva Chicken Festival will bring nearly 20 years ago, fishermen times have changed for the weak- the Chamber. of Commerce. for tens of thousands of people to still routinely caught 10-pound fish tournament. Greater Milford temporarily can- Milford only two weeks after the weakfish in the spring. Those To help keep up with the times, eels its annual weakfish tourna- scheduled fishing tournament, spring spawning fish, sometimes the chamber has previously added ment. With Milford hosting both events, called tiderunners, are almost bluefish, flounder and other fish to The tournament, which has been billed as the world champi- onship of weakfishing, isn't gone. It is simply on hiatus for a year, according to Steve Twilley, exec- utive director of the chamber of commerce. Twilley said the annu- al tournament will return next year, but was cancelled this year, there simply was not enough time to do both, he said. "We at the chamber did not have time this year," he said. The weakfish committee and chamber board both agreed to the temporary change. The tourna- ment has fallen on tougher f'man- cial times in recent years and has tween hotel and falls, and a cruise. The bus departs the civic center at 8 a.m. The deposit is due June 6. For information or to register for either trip, call Connie Shaft at (410) 860-0256 evenings or (410) 543-4063 days. YMCA offers aquatic prenatal classes The Sussex Family YMCA will offer an aquatic fitness class for pregnant women on Mondays and Wednesdays beginning April 28 and running through June 18. The classes will meet from I1:I5 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. The classes will include warm up, stretching exercises, aerobic activity, strengthening exercises, relaxation techniques and discus- sions on topics such as exercising during each trimester, physical changes and nutrition. The cost is $18 for full mem- bers, $35 for associate members, Ski dub announces summer events The Salisbury Ski Club has scheduled a Poconos Weekend and Whitewater Rafting trip for June 20-22, which includes two nights at the Woodlands Resort. The price of $146 per person, pins $42 per person rafting fee, in- cludes three meals, six hours of open bar, indoor/outdoor pool, Jacuzzi and more. Rafting option includes rafting on the Lehigh River, lunch, T-shirt and photo. Deposits are due May 2. Also scheduled is a Niagara Falls Weekend, slated for Sept. 19-21. Included in the cost of $220 per person is transportation, two nights accommodation at Ra- mada Coral Inn, two buffet break- fasts, dinner in the Skylon Tower overlooking the falls, shuttle be- LEWES FISHHOUSE & PRODUCE FRESH TUNA $8.49 lb. KNIVES Cold Steel Spyderco Swiss Army Knife GERMRN P-08 9MM completely gone, but that monster fishing inspired the Chamber of Commerce to offer an award of $25,000 to anyone who broke the world record for weakfish. The fish that remain are abun- dant, but are far smaller. A five- pound fish is a very nice catch now. The weakfish tournament I and $56 for non-members. For more information or to reg- ister, call 227-8018. Cape board re.hires Glean as football coach The Cape Henlopen School Dis- trict Board of Education voted on Thursday, April 10 to reappoint George Glenn as Cape Henlopen High School's football coach. Glenn has completed four seasons at Cape High. Entries sought for 'Parade of Breeds' This year's Wild West Days, in Harrington, from Thursday, May g through Sunday, May 11 will in- clude a Parade of Breeds. The pa- rade will begin at noon on Satur- Your lawn shouldbe geen, not your poor poo. en algae invade your it can turn into a ampy green mess. Thafs why you should see us about t/T.ating your pool with Aquabrome from Hydrotech . It's the y effective way to prevent g/le from invading tSat's also gentle on s.mers and pol equipment. HVDROTGGH POOL & SPA PRODUCTS i-i ...... ]  BLUEWA.R POOLS & SPAS 671 Ity. One (Over the Nassau Bridge) (302) 645-8119 the list of fish eligible in the tour- nament. That has helped, but the tournament may have to make other changes to keep up with the times. Twilley said, "It's apparent that we really needed to sit down and take a look at how we can improve the event." day, May 10, and will feature all kinds of equines - horses, don- keys, mules - and will be open to individual riders as well as groups. Horse drawn vehicles will also be taking part. To participate in the Parade of Breeds, call Elrita Annett at 422-7571. The parade is part of the four-day Wild West Festival, now in its sixth year. SPORTS FANSI YOU DIDN'T KNOW smOt to yqm  .r mw Ever wonder why golf coumes have 18 holes instead of some other numbe... ActuCly, in  Wy deys of golfs development in Britain, different courses dM have different numbers of holes,,. For example, when the first BriUsh 01xm ms playKI, st  Pr'.stwick Club in 1860, Ihat course had only 12 hobs... Some ob"er coumes Ihen had 7 bebs, some had 8, some had 14... 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